1996 Ford F250 V8 Two Wheel Drive Automatic 117000 miles
On occasion, my 1996 F250 will crank but will not start. If I let it sit for about 5-20 seconds with the key in the " run" position, some type of relay " opens" (left side, under the hood) and the truck will start right up. Other times, it starts right away. No rhyme or reason when this will happen. I put in a new fuel pump relay from NAPA but the issue continues. Any thoughts?
Could be the computer controlled of the Fp relay or the ignition switch
February, 10, 2010 AT 8:27 PM
Sounds like you are saying the computer controls the activation of the fuel pump relay? Would " gunk" build up over the last 14 years inside the ignition switch also have the same effect? Does the ignition switch also provide input to the FP relay?